REVIEW | Create To Inspire: Home Is Where My Heart Dies

Truth be told, we have underestimated Essex melodic hardcore band for so long, but with the release of their new EP – Home Is Where My Heart Dies – we are kicking ourselves for not jumping on the bandwagon much sooner.

It goes without saying, but this is a mighty heavy record with a lot of animosity and fury emitting from the provoking writing and an immense performance from frontman Sean; facets most glaring in the bombastic Counting Days.

Add some meteoric drumming and intense guitar-driven sequences to the mix, and we have ourselves a short but tasty record from one of the best acts to emerge from the East of England.

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